MILAN – SCAE coordinator, Annemarie Tiemes was recently interviewed by Franco Bazzara during her visit to the new Bazzara Coffee Academy in Trieste.
The interview (in English with Italian subtitles) gives an overlook of the SCAE’s main goals and activities, training and certification (Coffee Diploma System), future plans and recommended professional literature.
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About The Speciality Coffee Association of Europe
SCAE was formed in 1998 with the core objective of improving the quality of coffee in producing and consuming countries and our current mission is “inspiring excellence in the coffee community through innovation, research, education and communication.
SCAE has over 1600 members in 70 countries and operate through local chapters in 35 different countries.
The Speciality Coffee Association of Europe is Europe’s premier coffee trade association with members in more than 70 countries.
The SCAE communicates the latest developments in the specialty coffee industry to its membership, conducts professional training and certification programmes, organises origin site visits, conferences and competitions and is a recognised authority with government organisations to lobby for coffee quality causes.
SCAE is a recognised force with governments and international organisations on a global level.
Together with the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA), it represents the speciality sector on the International Coffee Organization’s Private Sector Consultative Board. SCAE takes positions to defend coffee quality and to ensure a fair deal for everyone.
For more information on SCAE go to www.scae.com.